Throwback Thursday SLP Style 
It's Kim's first time hosting a linky party! She plans on doing this the first Thursday of every month, so join along!

These seem to be my "go-to" activity:
I printed this one off of dltk's, but, if you have any idea about TpT, then you know there are oodles to choose from!

These can be used for any open-ended activity. I use them every now and then for independent activities during a "5-minute Day". With preschoolers, we work on asking questions, answering questions, as well as colors.
They are perfect to use when I sort-of kind-of forgot to bring something to one school for my walk-in preschooler!

In Kim's words:
Every first Thursday of the month, I will be discussing specific speech/language materials and how they can be used in speech/language therapy. They can be materials you have created, one you have bought or a great blog post you refer to often (we arr very flexible here~it can be anything!). If you're a blogger, you can join in on the fun by linking up with an older or recent blog post with your own ideas. All I ask is that you please use the picture below and link back to "School SLP" blog somewhere in your post/link! Thank you and happy Thursday!
It's that easy!  


  1. Thank for linking up! I am also using this same concept lately! Dabbers are my new "craze" to get a lot of repetition in a short amount of time! I usually make my own dabber worksheets, but should look more often on TpT for freebies! I love that they can be used for open-ended activities--so versatile!

  2. I love dot pages, but my students always use crayons. I need to invest into some dabbers asap - I know my students would love them!


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